“We now all have shared language…That makes it easy when we’re trying to communicate in these fast-paced developments around the pandemic”
“In a time of less resources, in a time where we need to make sure our students are getting a really supportive school climate and support, we do need to keep working on coherence.”
“I’m hoping we’ll just achieve this magical thing that will just improve education not only for our district and our state but across the nation.”
We know right now that we are fragmented. The fragmentation that naturally occurs causes miscommunication, frustration and we aren’t able to reach our goals efficiently and effectively. But what is the prize (of being coherent)? The prize is that we can increase the quality of instruction at the ground level, and that will increase the fulfillment of teachers and the opportunity of our students which will make our communities feel better about themselves and the school. There’s a whole lot at stake with coherence.